Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Time for a little push back...

AUSTRALIANS onboard a luxury cruise ship were ordered to stay in their cabins and lock all doors as pirates attacked the tourist vessel.

The captain of the six-star ship Nautical made the announcement as the pirates came within a few hundred metres and fired shots at the giant liner.

Ocean Cruises' ship, carrying 684 passengers – including up to 50 Australians – and 400 crew, was passing fishing boats when the pirate vessels tried to intercept it in the Gulf of Aden, between Somalia and Yemen.
I think it's time to do a few set-ups in the Gulf of Aden. Toss a few lame duck prizes out there within reach of the Somali and Yememi coast and trail them with a Los Angeles Class attack submarine. Blow apart and sink whomever is dumb enough to fall for the bait...and never report the incident.

The next thing you know, the Somali and Yememi 'pirates' will be on the cover of National Geographic giving first hand accounts from cousins twice removed of the huge sea creatures that infest that part of the world.